The First Major Sales Breakthrough in Decades
Transcends Other Sales Training
Every two or three decades quantum advances take place, changing the paradigms of how people think, understand, and perform—raising the consciousness levels of people and organizations.
Ron Willingham created a quantum leap of sales advancement in the early 1980’s when he brought the Integrity Selling© course into the world. This was a first to combine a needs-focused selling strategy with a proven behavior modification process, and has now been conducted in over 130 nations.
But times change. Cultures and values evolve. Markets shift. Selling becomes more complex. Old tactics don’t work anymore.
The Authentic Salesperson™ Course
His latest creation is The Authentic Salesperson™. It’s a 13 week course conducted by certified facilitators. It presents a six-step CLIENT-Focused Sales System. It also deals with the deeper issues that cause 85 per cent of successful sales performance—inner belief boundaries, values, attitudes, and emotional factors.
This changes the whole paradigm of what actually drives successful selling. Not only does it deal with the how to do client-focused selling, but, for the first time, it now deals with the why people sell.
No other training can equal its results.
You’ll learn more about this later.
The Authentic Salesperson™ Benefits
We now know how to deal with the whole person—intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually. Because of the uniqueness of the new course, you, or your people, will enjoy these bottom-line benefits.
- Increased sales
- Increased salesperson retention
- Stronger achievement drive
- Improved result-producing activity levels
- Greater communication skills
- Expanded prosperity consciousness and abundance mentality
- Increased professional images
- Higher client satisfaction
Enjoy your journey through this complete site, and you’ll get a whole new concept of what it takes for you or your salespeople to be successful in selling.
“Men are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves—they therefore remain bound.” – James Allen